Monthly Archives: July 2022

Rabbi Yitzchok Tuvia Weiss, a prominent hardline ultra-Orthodox leader, dies at the age of 95

Rabbi Yitzchok Tuvia Weiss, a prominent Ultra-Orthodox leader, died in Jerusalem on Saturday at the age of 95. He contracted an infection earlier this year and was discharged from hospital about a month ago, but his condition has been deteriorating in recent days. He was hospitalized at the Hadassah Ein …

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George D. Witkoswki | News, Sports, Jobs

George D. Witkoswki NIAGARA, Wisconsin – George D. Witkoswki, 80, of Niagara, Wisconsin, passed away on Friday, July 22, 2022 at the ProMedica Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Kingsford. He was born on August 19, 1941 in Milwaukee to the late George R. and Caroline (Mraz) Witkowski. George’s father died …

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Ontario Teachers’ reach agreement to sell Iberian funeral home Mémora Group

Insurance group Grupo Catalana Occidente acquires Mémora Mémora is a leading funeral group in Spain and Portugal Ontario Teachers’ acquired Mémora in 2017 LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board (‘Ontario Teachers’) today approved the sale of funeral home Mémora Group (‘Mémora’) to Spanish insurance company Grupo Catalana …

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Real heroes deserve half the staff

clayton hill, Jefferson City Dear editor, Flags are again fully manned across the country, but on Independence Day they were half manned again — this time because of the killings in Highland Park, Illinois. This practice should be curtailed in favor of flying our nation’s flag nationally to honor the …

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Gertrud Küken | Obituary | Gloucester times

Gertrude R. Chick October 4, 1937 – July 22, 2022 Gloucester – Gertrude R. (Komi) Chick, 84, of Gloucester, wife of the late Frank Chick, died at her home on Friday morning 22 July 2022. She was born on December 4, 1937 in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire to the late Toivo …

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Joseph R. Cummons, III Obituary

Joseph R. Cummons, III, 64, of Lititz, died unexpectedly at his home on July 25, 2022. Born in Bucks County, he was the son of Joseph R. Cummons, Jr. and the late Phyllis A. (Kruise). cummons On July 24, he celebrated his 39th wedding anniversary with his sweetheart, Mary (Rosso) …

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Hilda Midler Stevens – The post searchlight

Hilda Midler Stevens, 87, of Bainbridge, Georgia, died on Monday July 25, 2022. The funeral service will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 28, 2022 at the Bryant Funeral Home Chapel, presided over by Minister Michael McCrickard. Burial will follow at Oak City Cemetery, with her grandchildren serving …

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Clark Kent Alspaugh, 60 | news banner

Clark Kent Alspaugh, 60, of Decatur, died Monday morning, July 25, 2022 at Adams Memorial Hospital. His death followed an apparent heart attack he suffered while on the job. He was born on April 15, 1962 in Decatur to Heber Ed Alspaugh and the late Sally Imel Alspaugh. Clark was …

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Flood fears prompt evacuations in North Dunedin

Dunedin Civil Protection Emergency Management are evacuating a small number of residents of North Dunedin near the Water of Leith tonight. Dunedin City Council said this afternoon that Campus Watch is knocking on the door of affected homes between Montgomery Ave and Leith St (Central) to warn residents of possible …

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Garth Brown October 8, 1927 July 22, 2022, obituaries, necrology

obituaryGarth passed away unexpectedly at Gray Bruce Health Service in Owen Sound on Friday 22nd July 2022. Marshall Garth Brown, born October 8, 1927 in Sydenham Township, was in his 95th year.Beloved husband and best friend of Dorene Brown (née Robertson) for 71 years. Loving father to Jim Brown (Sandra) …

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Want free stuff? Cheaper food? Niagara’s Coupon Queen shares tips to help you beat inflation

The cashiers at Fort Erie’s grocery stores are very familiar with Liza Fare. “When they see me coming to the register, they say, ‘Here comes the coupon queen,’ and she’s going to clean us out again,” chuckled the Ridgeway resident. The retiree has been an avid couponer for nearly 50 …

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Ten music festivals perfect for first-time visitors

Photo credit: Mike Will for Insomniac Events Would you like to experience a festival for the first time? Check out these tips that will help you add some variety and ease your anxiety. There’s something incomparable about the experience of immersing yourself in the heavy air caused by the rumble …

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Patricia Crawford Ellis obituary – Times Record

Patricia Crawford Ellis Patricia Lou Crawford Ellis, 89, of Kibler, died at her home on Thursday, July 21, 2022. She was born in Van Buren on March 17, 1933 to the late Roy Gregory and Mae Isam. She was withdrawn from the Dixie Cup. She was preceded in death by …

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Fall college books about the news—and about Dylan

After my first look Nearly 30 more catalogs were published in the autumn events of the university press around Memorial Day. So here’s another quick scan of the horizon looking for patterns or themes. Many important and interesting books are scheduled for publication. No claim is made for a representative …

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Celebrating the Revolution in Nicaragua – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Holidays in the United States celebrate horrific events like the settler colonists declaring their independence from Britain so they could take indigenous lands and protect slavery. There’s also Thanksgiving, the commemoration of genocide that has become a day for Americans to have grateful thoughts before spending more than they can …

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Stephen Smith was remembered as an uncompromising “fallen warrior” for the LGBTQ movement

Sandy Smith still doesn’t know who killed her son Stephen in 2015, but she does know that she is loved and supported and her “baby” will never be forgotten. A grave ceremony was held at Gooding Cemetery in Hampton County on Sunday to unveil an ornate memorial stone for Stephen …

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Srebrenica anniversary and North Macedonia’s EU accession path exacerbates old tensions

On July 2, several social media users began making false claims about the official handling of the protest against the French proposal. In a tweet that went viral, an anonymous user wrote unverified claims that police stopped vehicles and people heading towards the Skopje protest. Another viral tweet wrote that …

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Tribute to Jamie A. Cox, Sr.

tribute Jamie A. Cox, Sr., 88, of Spotsylvania, Virginia, died on Monday July 18, 2022. Jamie was born and raised in Pound, Virginia, where he has always been “home”. He moved to Northern Virginia where he met and fell in love with the love of his life, Janice. Jamie retired …

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Henderson wife the new president of American Gold Star Mothers, Inc.

HENDERSON, Kentucky — When she joined the national Gold Star Mothers group after the death of her son in 2012, Henderson’s Sarah Whitledge Taylor had no idea that she would one day be the organization’s president. She just wanted to do something with her grief. The group, officially known as …

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Maxine Rosemary Allabaugh Obituary – Rockford Register Star

Maxine Rosemary Allabaugh, “Aunt Bill”, age 90, of Winnebago, died on July 17, 2022 after a slow decline from Alzheimer’s disease at the Prairie View Assisted Living Community in Winnebago. Maxine was born on February 26, 1932 to Elmer Daniel and Lucille Wilhelmina (Haas) Bowman of Mount Carroll, IL. On …

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List of funeral services released July 19, 2022 – West Central Tribune

This list of funeral services is presented as a public service by the West Central Tribune. Father John “Mark” Borgerding, 86, from Belgrade, died on May 15. Worship service on July 22 at 11 a.m. in the Catholic Church of St. Francis de Sales in Belgrade. Johnson Funeral Home, Belgrade. …

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Brown and Lightfoot discuss the recent string of suicides among Chicago police officers

Two Chicago police officers and a sergeant have died by suicide within a month, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said at a news conference Monday morning, addressing the recent spate of incidents in which city officials took their own lives. “They were sons, daughters, siblings, partners, friends and mentors,” Brown …

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dr Henry Edgar Fenner | obituary

dr Henry Edgar Fenner October 11, 1932 – July 17, 2022 dr Henry Edgar Fenner, 90, of New Wilmington, died Sunday, July 17, 2022, after a prolonged illness at Shenango Presbyterian Senior Care. He was the husband of Ruth Ann Elliot Fenner. dr Fenner was born on October 11, 1932 …

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Obituary for Dr. Staley Cook Moore

Cotten Funeral Home & Crematorium dr Staley Cook Moore, 66, of New Bern, NC, died at his home on Thursday July 14, 2022. He left this world peacefully after enduring complications from colon cancer surgery. Staley was born on December 19, 1955 in Burlington, North Carolina to Stephen Irwin Moore …

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Are Cancer Centers Doing Too Many Tests?

Suppose a postcard comes in the mail, a reminder to make an appointment for a mammogram. Or a primary care doctor may order a PSA test to screen a man for prostate cancer, or tell him he should be screened for lung cancer because of years of smoking. These patients, …

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Veterans Memorial adds LED light extensions to pillars

GREAT FALLS – On Saturday, July 16, 2022, the Montana Veterans Memorial in Great Falls added enhancements for its LED lights that will be attached to its sandstone pillars. The memorial is important to all veterans whose names date back to the Civil War. Michael Winters, one of the people …

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Family recipes set in stone. tombstone that is.

At his home in Washington, DC, Charlie McBride often bakes his mother’s recipe for peach cobblers. As he pours the topping over the fruit, he recalls his mother, aunts and grandmother sitting under a tree in Louisiana and gushed to each other’s stories as they peeled peaches into cans for …

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Robert H. Gonnella Obituary – Seacoastonline.com

Robert (Bob) Henry Gonnella, 93, of Kittery, ME, was welcomed into heaven on July 6, 2022. He died peacefully surrounded by his family. Bob was born on September 29, 1928 in Jay, Maine to the late Peter Leroy and Grace (Volpe) Gonnella. He is survived by his wife Mary Ann …

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Paul Firenze Jr. – Oswego County today

Paul Florence Jr. FULTON – Paul “Pops” Firenze Jr., aged 74, of Fulton, New York, passed away on Thursday, July 14, 2022. He was predeceased by his parents, Paul Firenze and Nina Ruth Patterson; Son, Kevin M. Firenze Pops is survived by his children Lori Sherman, Jodi Sherman, Julie Bond …

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A time to celebrate: Heritage Days takes over Waverly this weekend | local news

WAVERLY – There’s one constant that people expect during Waverly Heritage Days. The free annual event takes over Memorial Park and the Fairgrounds for a weekend in the summer and has always brought great music. The tunes have achieved a certain level of familiarity and are representative of the theme …

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Mary Ellen Reed | News, Sports, Jobs

Mary-Ellen Reed, 75, of Nashua, NH, died Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at the Huntington of Nashua. She was born on October 25, 1946 to Dorothy (Baxter) and Joseph F. Bassett. Mary-Ellen grew up in Tyngsborough, MA, where she graduated from Notre Dame Academy in 1964. She …

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Roger Smith Obituary – TheTimesNews.com

Lowe Funeral Home & Crematorium Roger Dale Smith, 73, passed away peacefully at his home in Longs, SC on Monday July 11, 2022. A native of Reidsville, he was born on February 18, 1949 to the late Thomas Woodrow Smith and Katie Elizabeth Cobb Fargis and was the husband of …

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Kid Cudi Tickets – Programming Insiders

Cleveland’s widely acclaimed rapper and singer Kid Cudi is famous for his international hit song Day and night. Not only that, he has also released other successful singles like pursuit of happiness, let them sayand delete me. Due to his massive fan base, there’s no telling if you can get …

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Hutchinson Post Office window clerk Steve Russell is retiring

For the past several decades, a Hutchinson post office clerk would occasionally chat with regular customers and new customers alike while posting packages or letters. Steve Russell retired on Friday, July 8 after 35 years with the United States Postal Service in Hutchinson. More:Commercial Kitchens in Pretty Prairie offers opportunities …

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Stratham bids farewell to longtime director of the Wiggin Memorial Library, Lesley Kimball

STRATHAM — Well-wishers at a farewell meeting on Friday for Wiggin Memorial Library director Lesley Kimball tapped into a deep vocabulary to talk about how much they appreciate her and how much she will be missed. On a sunny day, in the shade of a tent, friends, officials and colleagues …

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More complaints about Tulare Cemetery in a letter to the District Superintendent regarding burial

Dear Clara, I would like to give the Tulare Public Cemetery County Council and Board Members the opportunity to accept this letter as my official complaint and to take the appropriate action to clear things up regarding the recent funeral of my father (Ildebrando Almeida) on June 24, 2022 to …

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The Sliding Rock natural water slide is cheap and easy to access

Sometimes Mother Nature has a sense of humor. For example, the dunes of New Mexico that make up a fun activity called “sand sledding.” There are just a few natural features that call for a bit of adventure, and there’s another spot in Pisgah, North Carolina that does just that. …

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Los Bukis Tickets – Programming Insiders

Fans of Mexican superstars will surely want to secure tickets to see this popular Mexican band. The group boasts an ability to switch from different genres of music ranging from traditional folk ballads to Mexican pop. Though the band’s name translates to “the kids,” you’re sure to be impressed by …

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Freddie Feigner | Obituary | Union Bulletin

Freddie Feigner December 30, 1924 – May 9, 2022 Freddie Feigner December 30, 1924 – May 9, 2022 World War II veteran Freddie Feigner died at the age of 97 on May 9, 2022 at his home in Portland, Oregon. His memorial service at the grave will be held at …

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Obituary for Patricia Goodwin (Rainwater) Pitts

obituary Patricia Goodwin Pitts, 81, of Columbus, Georgia, died on July 7, 2022 at St. Francis Hospital with her beloved daughter by her side. A celebration of life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 11, 2022 in the chapel of the McMullen Funeral Home and Crematory with …

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The Original Tomcat: Did you know that the Grumman F7F Tigercat was originally going to be called the “Tomcat”?

On Memorial Day 1996, the F7F Tigercat flew its only airshow routine with its more modern descendant, the F-14 Tomcat, with Captain Dale “Snort” Snodgrass flying the Tomcat… Once upon a time, Grumman and the US Navy developed what could have been a world breaker fighter, a twin-engined and sometimes …

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Anti-Semitism on Social Media | JewishBoston

The Vienna Holocaust Library in London is hosting a virtual panel discussion on a new book, Antisemitism on Social Media, which was published in March 2022. Never miss the best stories and events! Receive Jewish Boston this week. The book is interdisciplinary and examines case studies across different platforms such …

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5 things worth knowing Friday

Ex-Japanese Abe dies after being shot during a campaign speech Shinzo Abe, Japan’s former leader, died on Friday at the age of 67 after being shot dead during a campaign speech in western Japan, hospital officials confirmed. Japan’s NHK Television previously reported on Abe’s death. It was a shocking attack …

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Funeral services for 3 of 7 victims of Highland Park Parade shooting – NBC Chicago

Funerals have been scheduled for three of the seven people killed in Monday’s July 4 parade shooting in Highland Park. A gunman fired into the parade with a high-powered rifle, injuring dozens of people. Police said the suspect fled after the shooting and drove to Madison, Wisconsin, where he “seriously …

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Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off introduces new events to combat rising costs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) – This year, the Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off will be held at Memorial Park from Saturday, September 3rd through Monday, September 5th with brand new events. An event called “Balloons, Bites and Brews” will be held on the field at Memorial Park on Saturday …

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Melissa Sue Anderson – Carroll County News

Melissa Sue Anderson of Berryville, Arkansas was born on May 24, 1977 in Nashville, Arkansas to James and Kathleen (Turley) Newell. Melissa died on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at the age of 45 in Berryville, Arkansas. Melissa enjoyed watching her daughter Lexy exercise, read, garden, cook and swim on the …

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Photographer Alex Seeley’s life’s work will be on display in Scranton at ArtWorks August 1-31

Added on 7/5/2022 Employees of the NEPA scene Art Gallery, ArtWorks, Charity, Clarks Summit, Factoryville, Keystone College, Lake Ariel, Photography, Pottsville, Scranton From a press release: The newly formed Alex Seeley Memorial Fund has announced an exhibition of Alex Seeley’s work at the ArtWorks Gallery & Studio in downtown …

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Funeral arrangements for Bibb County Assemblyman Brad Johnson

Bibb County Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Johnson will be buried Friday with a public viewing at the University of Montevallo Student Activity Center beginning at 9 a.m The visitation ends at 11:15 am, followed by a funeral service from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm A procession to Centerville follows with a …

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Heroes Live Here Book Chronicles Fallen Camp Pendleton Marines Who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan War – NBC 7 San Diego

Before the U.S. war in Afghanistan officially ended in August 2021, Marines were preparing for combat operations in both Afghanistan and Iraq, primarily at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. For 20 years, the base was the center for training and permanent deployment of troops serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom and …

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Kathleen “Kathy” (Dorn) Bracewell obituary

Kathleen “Kathy” (Dorn) Bracewell, 75, died at home on June 1, 2022. She was born on September 12, 1946 in Milwaukee, WI and later moved to Wausau, WI, where she graduated from East Wausau High School in 1964. Kathy then attended nursing school in Milwaukee and worked as a registered …

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Norma L. (Roberts) Bibeau obituary

Norma L. (Roberts) Bibeau RN, aged 71, of New Bedford, died at her home with her family by her side. She was the wife of the late Lawrence A. Bibeau. Born in New Bedford to the late Wayne A. and Agnes (Silveira) Roberts. Norma was a lifelong resident of New …

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B. Gary Jensen obituary – The Columbus Dispatch

B. Gary Jensen, 82, played his final round in the game of life on June 29, 2022 in Naples, Florida, where he has lived permanently with his wife Susan for 11 years. Gary thoroughly enjoyed his many years in Florida, but his heart was always with Columbus, Ohio, where he …

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NY lifeguards are now on the lookout for sharks and are facing a dramatic increase in sightings

LIDO BEACH, NY — It was a classic early summer Friday at Long Island’s Point Lookout Beach, as beachgoers splashed about in the foaming waves and basked under the sunny skies. But further out, just behind the swimmers, was a more pressing scene: a lifeguard on a jet ski circling …

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Regis Charles Bedel Obituary – The Beaver County Times

Regis Charles Bedel, 84, of Center Twp., passed away on Friday 1st July 2022 at Good Samaritan Hospice in Heritage Valley, Beaver surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Millvale on October 25, 1937, the third son of the late George Sr. and Alma (Kress) Bedel. Rege was …

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Schedule for June 2022 | Nippon.com

Japan’s top stories for June 2022 include the yen falling to its lowest level in 24 years against the dollar. 1 The salvage operation will be completed in Abashiri, Hokkaidō for the case 1which sank off the Shiretoko Peninsula in April with 24 passengers and 2 crew members. 2 Shimane …

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